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Re: devboard-82 software installation problems
> Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 16:55:23 +1030
> From: Rick Luppino <Ricky.Luppino@xxxxxxx.au>
> I use the "rpm -qi" command to verify that version 1.56 is installed
> correctly, yet the error suggests that it isn't. what is causing this
> error? Note that i also get this error with version 1.55 of the cris
It can imagine it would happen if you have more than one
installation of cris-dist, and the wrong one is picked up.
Still, from the error messages it seems for some reason the
gcc-cris installation is just broken. No, I don't know why.
Maybe some program has accidentally erased some files, including
Can you please send the output from the following commands?
(It might be lengthy and is supposedly uninteresting, so I
suggest you don't send it to the list, only to me.)
`which gcc-cris` -v
rpm -V cris-dist
rpm -ql crid-dist
ls -lR /usr/local/cris
> I have also found that after upgrading the cris distribution (from our
> current version of 1.22), i can compile applications that are written in
> C++, but not those written in C. I get the following error:
> gcc-cris -mlinux -isystem
> /sp3/axis/e100lx_mcm/target/cris-axis-linux-gnu/include -Wall -O2 -c
> -o es3kprog.o es3kprog.c
> <command line>: warning: "system" re-asserted
> cpp: -lang-c: linker input file unused since linking not done
> gcc-cris: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1': No such file or directory
> make: *** [es3kprog.o] Error 1
Your gcc-cris installation is severely broken. I don't know if
it helps, but to try and clean things up, I suggest executing
the following commands (*after* doing the commands above and
saving the output):
rpm -e cris-dist
rm -rf /usr/local/cris
rpm -i cris-dist-1.56.i386.rpm
> I have checked that the "LANG" environment variable = C.
For the record, the -lang-c message has nothing to do with LANG
etc. *human* language support.